Bed Bugs

Bed Bugs: Bed bugs are bloodsuckers which are commonly found in motels, dormitories or overnight accommodation. They are also found in houses used to store furniture or old clothes.

How do Bed bugs get into our bed? They commonly latch onto our suitcases or clothing and other items, but not onto the human body. So it is impossible to know exactly who brings bed bugs.

Bed bugs are elusive, nocturnal creatures. They usually come out at night for a blood meal. On the next morning, you can see lots of blood running in rows on the bed linens. Also, look for dried blood residues around the cracks in the bed, at the head of the bed, on the floor, in the furniture beside the bed and on the cushion.

Bed Bug Life Cycle: From eggs, bed bugs go through five stages of development before they reach maturity. Every 2, 3 days, adults and puppies leave the hidden area to look for food. Bed bugs usually require 5-10 minutes to engorge with blood. Bed bugs normally do not reside on people like head or body lice do; instead, immediately after feeding, bed bugs crawl to a secluded location to digest their meal. An adult bed bug can live for several months without a blood meal.

The negative reaction from skins: Some people have negative skin reactions to bedbugs bite. When biting, bedbugs infect a kind of anticoagulant into blood vessels so that blood can not clot. As a result, the bedbugs can continuously feed until they are full.

Remark: The uncomfortable feeling caused by anticoagulants around the bite can be severe, especially for people with soft and sensitive skin. It is difficult to resist scratching the skin but scratching bites can lead to a secondary infection. If this can happen, consult your doctor or pharmacist to have appropriate remedies.

A professional pest control specialist should be invited to ensure that the bugs can be effectively eliminated in your home. First of all, it is important to thoroughly examine the area of bed bugs before implementing eradication steps. All areas where bed bugs can possibly hide during the day must be identified and treated with an insecticide registered for this purpose.

Do not attempt to self-eradicate bed bugs by using spray-on bedding or padding. This has the negative effect on the health and safety of everyone living in the house.

The pest eradication specialist can use special equipment with various pesticide formulations depending on the specific situation. We recommend using synthetic insecticide or dust for certain locations. In addition, we can use the moisturizer for the entire area to obtain the desired result.

What can you do? All clothes, bedding, curtains, fabric, curtains and the similar equipment must be washed before applying the treatment. Cushion sheet and blanket should be wrapped in black plastic bags and exposed to the sun for several hours. Seal cracks in furniture, floors, and cuts in wallpaper and other areas where bed bugs can hide in daylight.

Good hygiene practices will work as a means of preventing long-lasting bed bugs. Be sure to check the entire house regularly for signs of bed bugs. Preventing beg bugs from penetrating the whole house will be easier if you pay close attention. Ask the pest eradication specialists to carry out the periodic control method in any room where bed bugs can infest.

Please contact HNPC to get a free inspection and the most comprehensive and effective bed bug elimination method for your family.

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